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kelly morris wrote at 2013-02-10 15:28:55
Hello, sorry it's taken so long for me to get back to you. In answer to your question it comes with a board which is actually printed on the inside of the bottom of the box. it is divided into 45 squares. each square corresponds to a stock and contain the names of railroads, industries, and commodities of the era (wabash, reading, western union,sugar etc.)

 there are 3 "cards" per stock for a total of 135 cards. The cards are simply small slips of cardboard approx. 1" x 1/2" with the name of the stock printed on it and the value.

 Yes, it is very simple consisting of a box and the small cardboard cards.

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